out. tavis: so how about the book cover, guys? >> no, no, forget the book cover. let's see the after picture. tavis: there you go. there's the book cover. >> by the way, i now know why you're mr. smiley. tavis: why? oh, yeah, yeah. >> okay, what's your favorite james taylor song ever written? tavis: ooh, come on, come on. >> best james taylor song ever written? oh, come on, if you had asked me on the spot -- tavis: that changes every week. >> say if we had just switched the whole thing and i'm in your seat? tavis: give me yours, give me yours. >> well, come on. tavis: give me yours. >> "millworker," greatest song ever written. tavis: "millworker" is good. >> no. "millworker" is great. tavis: "carolina in my mind" is awfully good. >> aw, "carolina in my mind" is boring, boring. tavis: "sweet baby james," pretty good, pretty good. >> flag is the best album, by the way, because "millworker" is on it. tavis: okay. >> "company man," don't even start with me. tavis: for those of you who don't know this, every time jamie comes on the show, we have this fight about who loves james taylor more. >> he is the soundtrack of our generation and, therefore, there's no one who speaks to me musically more than him.